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From Politics & Policy 7:20 am
China has finally lifted the ban it imposed on New Zealand's lamb mutton and beef meat products.
From Global Markets 6:17 am
Markets hit by China's manufacturing data and reports of Fed favouring slowing down bond purchase.
From Economy 6:14 am
The telltale signs have already been there as early as 2012. It was just a matter of when will Ford Australia finally collect its guts to formally announce the closure of its manufacturing plants in Australia. That time came on Thursday as Ford Australia finally confirmed it is closing down and letting go 1200 jobs in the process.
From Global Markets 5:45 pm
-Sales and consumer sentiment soft-Pressure on margins from discounting/costs-Online gaining traction
From Global Markets 5:56 am
Preliminary HSBC China Manufacturing PMI showed a reading of 49.6 in May, indicating a contraction in activity.
From Economy 5:16 am
China on Wednesday announced it has discovered a gold mine in the Ili Valley in the country's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. With reserves estimated to be at 53 tonnes, the said discovery could translate to an economic value of $3.2 billion.
From Global Markets 4:12 am
The Australian share market is being heavily sold off in early trade, following a volatile night on Wall Street.
From Economy 3:59 am
Being a country's topmost political leader does not necessarily equate to being most powerful. In Australia, Julia Gillard may be the Prime Minister, but is it Gina Rinehart who is the most powerful woman of Australia, according to Forbes magazine's annual list of 100 most powerful women around the world.
From Global Markets 2:21 am
By Tim Price"The first panacea for a mismanaged nation is inflation of the currency; the second is war.
From Politics & Policy 2:49 am
Right smack under the broad afternoon Wednesday daylight, as two crazed men wielded terror and attacked and decapitated a UK soldier in Woolwich, David Cameron's country proved yet its bravery when a 48-year old mother walked right into the crime scene and talked with the emotionally charged madmen. Right then and there, it was a face-off between terror and bravery at its finest hour.